Donors who give through endowments ensure that today’s lifesaving programs
continue to support our human-animal community in the future.

To include HSSV in your legacy, contact Bridget Keenan at 408-942-3006 or bridget.keenan@hssv.org


Each donor who establishes an endowment fund provides HSSV with financial support in perpetuity — and creates an inspiring legacy. By securing our future with endowments, donors safeguard HSSV’s successful programs while enabling us to aspire towards more ambitious goals.

What will your legacy be? If you’d like it to include HSSV, read our simple Endowments Guide

Behind every endowment, there’s a person.

We hope you are inspired by these donors below, who have made this critical step in ensuring HSSV’s future with their own named funds.

Abby and Calvin’s Endowed Fund

Shelter dog training scholarships, and post-adoption dog training

 

Ashley Rose Phelps Memorial Endowment ‎ ‎

Direct Program Support for Finding Homes for Animals

 

The Athena Wisdom Endowment

Area of Greatest Need

 

At-Risk Kitty Fund ‎ ‎

Treatable/Managable Felines, Veterinary Staff Education for TM Felines

 

The Beghtel Endowment

Prevent Unwanted Animal Births, Find Homes for More Animals

 

The Bexy Shy Friends Endowment

Cat and Kitten Care

 

Bridget Keenan and Her Motley Crew Endowment

Regional Rescue and Foster Care

 

Carol Novello Fund ‎ ‎

Area of Greatest Need

 

The Chris Page and Elisa Camahort Page Endowed Fund

Access to Care, Bring People and Animals Together

DePip Pride and Pack Endowment

Mobile Spay and Neuter Services, Access to Care, Senior Pet Care

 

Friends of HSSV Endowment

Regional Rescue, Foster Care, and Access to Care

 

The Furry Felix Endowment

Finding Homes, Preventing Unintended Births, Advancing Shelter Medicine

 

Gomer’s Endowment

Foster Care, Medical Care

Margaret and Curt Weil Furry Friends Fund ‎

Cat Care, Spay and Neuter, Regional Rescue

 

Marianne and Misty’s Second Chance Endowment

Access to Care, Area of Greatest Need

 

The MB and Sammy Endowment

Humane Education and Shelter Medicine

 

The Overby-Salice Endowed Fund

Access to Care, Area of Greatest Need

The Patty, Puff, and Portia Winter Endowed Fund

Education and certification of veterinary and behavior team members, Area of Greatest Need

Monte S. Bernstein Fund in Honor of All of His Dogs and Cats

Area of Greatest Need

 

The Posey Endowment

Access to Care for Homeless Animals‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎

 

Richard and Sally Broberg Endowment

Area of Greatest Need

 

Severson Ahart Chief of Shelter Medicine Fund

Chief of Shelter Medicine Salary

 

Stetson’s Endowment

Access to Care and Area of Greatest Need

 

Steve Hughes and His Little Cat Posse Endowment ‎

Regional Rescue, Special Medical Care for Cats
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Susan Jean Neely Memorial Endowment

Animals Needing Special Care, Disaster Relief, Community Services, Mutual Rescue™

 

The TJ ViP CLuB Endowment

Regional Rescue and Medical Care

Behind every person, there’s a story…

For Clint and Conni, farm life and city life had one thing in common growing up – the animal companions that kept them company. Now, they have made the transformational decision to include HSSV in their legacy, to help secure a better future for the animals in our community.

 

As part of their $1 million gift, Clint and Conni established two endowment funds. One endowment is for HSSV’s Chief of Shelter Medicine position, to secure high level of expertise that our medical leadership requires to continue our lifesaving mission. The second endowment is for our area of greatest need.

 

It’s “exciting to know that you’re making this kind of a difference in the world,” Connie says.

 

Listen to Clint and Conni describe their decision to “help people by helping animals” for years to come, in their own words.

... And we love telling your stories

“As she battled cancer, our sister, Sue, was an inspiration. In her honor, we’ve created an endowment with HSSV to help ill, neglected, or abandoned animals in the fight of their lives. Our furry friends should not have to endure these challenges alone.”

– Janice Purcell

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